In the World Gallery you can discover what it means to be human but we also ask what is important to you. We’ve rounded up some of the messages and thoughts visitors left across January.
Have you left a wish, or said thank you on our Cloutie Tree? Below are a few of our visitors’ most recent messages.
I wish for prosperity and positivity in 2019. Speak what you want in existence and believe that it will come true.
I wish to get healthy again.
I wish for a digger, a giraffe, and a pirate ship.
Keep pushing on.
In January, many wish for wellbeing and set goals for the coming year. We’ve put together a guide to walking the Horniman, its architecture and some of the surprises in the Museum to help get your new year off to a great start.
One visitor said, Daffodils remind me of my mum, water and they trumpet in the Gardens.
Daffodils will certainly be back in the Gardens in a few weeks and from 28 January, the Gardens will be open until 5.20pm.
Carmen wishes for peace and freedom for Venezuela.
It was Penguin Awareness Day on 20 January and one visitor has drawn a lovely pair of penguins. You can keep up with up to date news and facts on our twitter feed.
One visitor lost their Johnny Rocket necklace with their son's name and D.O.B on it in Crete. We hope it finds its way back to you.
And happy 40th birthday to Katie, who drew this shark.
Keep sharing your thoughts and drawings with us in the World Gallery and you may be featured on the blog.